Saturday, July 27, 2013
The Surprising Weekend Habits Of Highly Effective People
Lies, lies and lawyers, I think got Samuel Clemens. He owned for a short while Wave Hill house in Riverdale, the Bronx, where a young JFK also lived until the market crashed and his dad could not invest in the "talkies" as he had planned. Mr. Clemens used to relax in a tree house on the grounds and invited the press up for a cup of tea according to its history today a center of horticulture and arts, lastly the British Embassy compound until the early 1960s. Apparently, there was a play or to be a play, perhaps a musical in which he became involved in, as I recall, it once a required reading in the NYC schools, of the "The Prince and the Pauper" which I once had a copy so stamped. Perhaps a manuscript is somewhere, but forced out of Riverdale, which he could no longer afford, he moved to the "farm" in Connecticut?
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